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Bills represent next step in natural gas expansion in region

April 8, 2013

We’ve said several times in this space that this area should benefit the most for being the host to some of the world’s greatest natural gas production....

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Apr-12-13 12:45 PM

So we're heartened by legislation being promoted by state Sen. E. Eugene Yaw, a Loyalsock Township Republican who represents most of our region. The legislation is geared toward getting the region's abundant supplies of natural gas into more schools, hospitals, small businesses and houses. Sure Sen.E.Yaw will rake in millions, he has leased 150 acres to the gas industry and has three wells already making him how much money? We'll never know, what a crook.

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Apr-09-13 10:06 AM

Yaw is another gas industry can bet the gas industry will be the one that comes out on top of this bill

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Apr-08-13 11:58 PM

I believe that is my point.

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Apr-08-13 10:52 PM

rick424-- If your'e between Point A & Point B, they will run a straight line right through your property.

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Apr-08-13 7:10 AM

I can't find the bill on line, I have my suspicions, like eminent domain and tax dollars that will ultimately help the industry and raise the price of natural gas. If the industry feels it wants to sell gas to Pennsylvanians then let them pay for the infrastructure, but don't run any gas lines through my property. This bill smells bad, I hope I am wrong.

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